People Are The How: My PATH

Hello everyone! I’m Emma, and I began at PATH this summer as their Business Development Intern. Currently, I’m a rising junior studying Operations Management at The Fisher College of Business. Outside of my studies, I enjoy being on a dance team, where I serve as Treasurer.

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Fatima Guettatfi
People Are The How: My PATH

I started at PATH as a research intern in the summer between my master’s and PhD programs. My academic background is in the humanities, specifically music history and theory. During my master’s, my research focused on the mathematical structures inherent within musical chords and scales and the ways in which composers have made use of these structures in their music.

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Sarah Ahern
People Are The How: My PATH

I started at PATH part-time conducting surveys with customers in Quebec and cobbled together a patchwork of other odd jobs related to my foreign-language degree in an attempt to eke value out of my collegiate investment.

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Sarah Ahern
Check Out Our Ackerman Warehousing Forum Article!

We are big believers in partnership and just had the opportunity to extend our thoughts on innovation for one of our best partners.

A big thanks to the Ackerman Warehousing Forum for sharing the message. Regardless of what aspect of supply chain you're involved in, this article (hopefully) gives you some useful perspective on how your business can effectively use innovation to out-perform the competition!

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Jonathon McKay
Does NPS Really Matter

So, NPS is a phenomenon, and it’s not going away any time soon. But, does it really matter? I’ve had some executive teams tell me, “We don’t measure NPS. We never have, and we’re doing just fine.” That may be true, in some cases - for businesses that are content with doing “just fine.” But for businesses focused on growth, the NPS is an invaluable tool that provides important insight into why your customers choose, or choose not to work with you.

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Sarah Ahern
Innovation – it’s easier than you think

Innovation. I talk about it a lot. It’s probably the most requested speaking topic I get from boardrooms to break-out sessions to webinars and retreats. Recently, I was sitting with a friend over drinks after a conference when he confided in me about the pressure he was under to innovate for his company. He was a regular guy. Smart but practical. Good at getting the work done, but when it came to driving change, well, he needed some advice.

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